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Designer Shopping in Multrees Walk


Published By royalscotsclub on 22/09/2015

For an exquisite retail environment and luxurious shopping experience, Multrees Walk has all the ambience you need. It is Edinburgh’s leading avenue for couture, boutique and designer shopping with something for every type of shopper.

Multrees Walk is unique in Edinburgh as it was only created in 2003 as part of a redevelopment around the St. Andrew Square area. It is a pedestrianised deluxe shopping area which links St Andrew Square and St James Shopping Centre. It is less than 10 minutes walk from The Royal Scots Club to Multrees Walk, so not far to carry your bags of goodies.

Many of the world’s stand out international shopping brands are present on Multrees Walk with the huge, designed shopping store Harvey Nichols standing out as the anchor store for the area. It’s a street which invites in discerning shoppers who may already have favourite designers but whose collections they want to approve in Edinburgh. It could even be you’re simply viewing the stores for the Multrees Walk experience.

Multrees Walk has an exclusive and cosmopolitan feel with many recognisable designer boutiques including Louis Vuitton, Links of London, Reiss, Swarovski, Kurt Geiger and many more. The Harvey Nichols store has concessions from high end designers including Victoria Beckham, Gucci and Marc Jacobs, as well as many other luxury fashion brands.

For refreshments the only choice is to do things decadently, with a choice between a champagne cocktail in the fourth floor bar in Harvey Nichols or the classy VinCaffé and there’s even a Sassoon Salon if you’re in the market for some pampering.

Multrees Walk is an innovation for Edinburgh and gives it another leading pull for shopaholics and anybody who can’t resist browsing the exclusive stores in the area. It’s given Edinburgh a new tourist market and means you can enjoy a stylish and exclusive shopping experience as well as the many traditional tourist attractions, parks and cultural landmarks.

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